LCIF provides funding support to Lions and has developed strategic partnerships to help improve outcomes for children with cancer.
57% of childhood cancer cases go undiagnosed in parts of the world.
CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVAL RATES: ≥80% developed countries; ≤20% lesser developed countries.
Cancer is a leading cause of death for children 300,000 new cases annually in 0-19-year-olds.
Sources: The Lancet, United Nations, WHO
Childhood Cancer Focused
LCIF Awarded Grants
From July 2021 to January 2022, LCIF has awarded 17 childhood cancer-related grants totaling US$1,168,846. View the grants empowering Lions to improve the quality of life for children receiving treatment and their families.
Childhood Cancer Grant
LCIF offers grants to Lions districts and multiple districts in amounts from US$10,000 to US$150,000. The goal of the LCIF Childhood Cancer Pilot Grant Program is to improve the quality of life for children receiving treatment and their families.